Bringing Awareness
How Volunteering Can Benefit You

There’s no denying that helping a cause or nonprofit through volunteering is incredibly rewarding. However, are you aware there is additional ways that volunteering can be beneficial to you? 
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How to Volunteer

The tasks that you are assigned can vary when it comes to volunteering. However, no matter what job you do the consequence is always the same. You are making a positive impact.
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We're All One People

Please do not dilute another person’s humanity based off of labels, societal perceptions, and categorizations of each other.
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You're More Than a Survivor of Abuse, You Are a Conquerer

​You are capable of doing everything and anything you set your mind to.
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Giving Back:Toms

Here is an opportunity for you to give back without having to purchase anything or even leaving your house! 
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Bringing Awareness to The Homeless

Being homeless should not be the equivalent as being classified as untouchable. The homeless shouldn’t automatically be labeled as lazy, worthless, or repulsive. To interact with the homeless doesn’t grant you the privilege of being disrespectful. And you don’t degrade people that are already going through a difficult time in their lives with scorn or ridicule. 
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Giving Back: LUSH

“With every purchase of Charity Pot, we donate 100% of the price (minus the taxes) to small, grassroots organizations working in the areas of environmental conservation, animal welfare and human rights. You end up with velvety, beautifully-scented skin AND you’re doing a world of good with every pot purchased…”
 
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Volunteering: Feed My Starving Children

“Feeding God’s Starving Children Hungry in Body and Spirit”
 
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Giving Back:The Purple Buddha Project

When you purcahse something from the Purple Buddha Project, automatically a donation is placed to clean three meters of bomb infested lands in Laos and in Cambodia. Materials such as bomb shells, UXO’s (undetonated explosive weapons such as bombs, shells, grenades, land mines, naval mines, etc), and bullets from Cambodia and Laos is transformed into handcrafted ethically made beautiful jewelry from local Cambodian fair-waged artisans to change an object of negativity into something positive. 
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